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Approximate address is now 405 Elizabeth Ave, Kippa-Ring. Part of the entrance road still remains.
This drive-in now appears to be closed, the most recent aerial photo seems to show it being used as some kind of scrap yard, however the screen and concession building still seem to remain.
Now closed due to damage from a storm in November 2023, its currently unsure if they will repair and re-open.
Approximate address is now 14 Lawton Way, Corrigin.
Located between the recreation centre and the golf course, appears to be vacant land.
1 Wheeler St is the approximate address.
It was mostly demolished by 1994 however at least part of the concession building was retained and is used by the business who now occupies the site.
941 Marion Rd is the approximate address of where this was located.
Approximate address is 32 Graham St, Kondinin.
Actually located on Koorda-Bullfinch Rd.
It’s present in a 1956 aerial photo, its now a vacant lot, nothing remains.
A 1970’s topo map marks the spot as a fairground so the part with the long track/driveway was probably where that was located.
This has now been redeveloped into a housing estate.
He’s quoting a newspaper article, whoever wrote it must’ve not done very good research, historic aerial photos show it still stands in 1973 as well.
Not sure but the death blow for these places is usually property taxes, which keep getting higher.
As of September 2022, this site appears to still be mostly intact. Both screens still stand, concession building still stands, the ramps are overgrown with trees. If someone really wanted to and put in the hard work, it could probably be cleaned up and re-opened.
Approximate address is 278 Rte 132, Sainte-Luce, Quebec G0K 1P0.
A better address is 364 Rte 122, Saint-Germain-de-Grantham, QC J0C 1K0. As of July 2022, the roadside marquee still existed.
The screen remained on site until 2018.
Not sure when it closed but it was still there in 2007, now houses.
Located behind the hotel at 54 Rte 132 E, Lac-au-Saumon, QC G0J 1M0. The concession building appears to still remain.
Approximate address is 1085 3e Avenue E, Val-d'Or, QC J9P 0J7. The screen actually stood until 2012. I believe the concession building is still on the site.
Actually closed in 1976, a small article in the 16 December 1984 Arizona Republic mentioned the film “The Flamingo Kid” screening in a Nogales high school gym. They mentioned the El Rancho was the last theatre in town and closed down “about 8 years ago”.
Got a name, it was apparently called the “Savoy 45 Drive-In” which makes sense because the road its on is or was part of US-45.
I believe we now have a name for this one, The Dothan Eagle had some ads in the mid 1970’s for a “Dale Drive-In” listed as being in Level Plains.